Table of contents for Revolution in the making of the modern world : social identities, globalization, and modernity / [edited by] John Foran, David Lane, and Andreja Zivkovic.

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List of Tables and Figures								 5
Acknowledgements									15
Preface, John Barber									16
Foreword: Roads to Modernity: Revolutionary and Other, Göran Therborn		18
Chapter 1. Revolution in the Making of the Modern World, John Foran, David Lane, and Andreja Zivkovic									25
Part One: From 1789 To 1989: Revolutions In Europe		 47
Chapter 2. Understanding Revolution, John Dunn 				48
Chapter 3. Revolution and Democracy: The European Experience, Harald Wydra	66
Chapter 4. ¿Transformation¿ of State Socialism or Class Revolution?, David Lane	 98
Part Two: Social Identities, Modernity, And New Modes Of Struggle		130
Chapter 5. Revolutionary Internationalism and its Perils, Fred Halliday		131
Chapter 6. Durable Inequality: The Legacies of China¿s Revolutions and the Pitfalls of Reform, Ching Kwan Lee and Mark Selden					159
Chapter 7. Is There a Future for Islamist Revolutions? Religion, Revolt, and Middle Eastern Modernity, Asef Bayat							184						
Chapter 8. Revolution, Nationalism, and Global Justice: Towards Social Transformation with Women, Valentine M. Moghadam				213
Chapter 9. Stories of Revolution in the Periphery, Eric Selbin			247
Part Three: Globalization And The Possible Futures Of Revolution 	279
Chapter 10. What Does Revolution Mean in the Twenty-first Century?, Alex Callinicos										280
Chapter 11. Revolution and Empire, Robin Blackburn				305
Chapter 12. Virtual Revolution? Information Communication Technologies, Networks, and Social Transformation, Andreja Zivkovic and John Hogan		333
Chapter 13. Explaining Revolutionary Terrorism, Jeff Goodwin			363
Chapter 14. The Future of Revolution: Imitation or Innovation?, Krishan Kumar	403
Chapter 15. New Political Cultures of Opposition: What Future for Revolutions?, John Foran										430
Afterword, On the Concept of Revolution, Antonio Negri				458
Notes on Contributors									475
Bibliography										479

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Revolutions.
Social change.
Globalization.
Group identity.